Resolution Games has announced a new adventure ‘Realm of the Rat King’ today for Demeo, the VR roguelike dungeon crawler RPG. This new adventure brings new cards, enemies, and a boss. Check out all the details about this free update.
If you are like me, I found Demeo the VR roguelike dungeon crawler RPG a fun experience, especially when played with friends. But it was short on content at release. Today Resolution Games begins to add more content by releasing a new adventure ‘Realm of the Rat King’. This new adventure is a follow-up to the first module ‘The Black Sarcophagus’, and it is a free update for anyone who owns the game.
“Once players have proven victorious in Demeo’s first adventure, ‘The Black Sarcophagus,’ the heroes learn that the town of Sunderhaven is suffering from an unlikely infestation. Feral rats have begun to appear, and the rumors among the locals suggest that they’re being steered by someone… or something. Adventurers will delve deep into the sewers beneath Sunderhaven to locate the source of this mysterious scourge and eliminate it by any means necessary.”
The developers are introducing several new elements to the game to challenge players:
- New environment: The sewers are dark and very dangerous. With endless threats lurking in the shadows, adventurers will want to stick together if they’re going to survive.
- New enemies: Spore Fungus are filled to the brim with poison, so be sure to watch your step — and don’t let the multi-headed Gorgon catch your gaze, or you might just turn to stone!
- New cards: Brighten your way with the trusty Torch card, treat any poisons with the new Antitoxin and go on the offensive with your brand new Web Bomb.
- New boss: The Rat King is the last monster you’d want to be trapped with when you’re five levels underground, but that’s exactly where you’ll find this horrifying monarch that is literally bound to his subjects.
Check out the release trailer for ‘Realm of the Rat King’ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeWTrH82XbA) and hopefully, I will see you at the virtual table.